Antecedents of sustainable management support for IT-related initiatives

Prasad, Acklesh, Green, Peter and Heales, Jon (2012) Antecedents of sustainable management support for IT-related initiatives. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 17 2: 23-41.

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Author Prasad, Acklesh
Green, Peter
Heales, Jon
Title Antecedents of sustainable management support for IT-related initiatives
Journal name Australasian Journal of Information Systems   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1039-7841
1449-8618
Publication date 2012
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 17
Issue 2
Start page 23
End page 41
Total pages 19
Place of publication Canberra, A.C.T., Australia
Publisher University of Canberra, Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted abstract Having IT-related capabilities is not enough to secure value from the IT resources and survive in today’s competitive environment. IT resources evolve dynamically and organisations must sustain their existing capabilities to continue to leverage value from their IT resources. Organisations’ IT-related management capabilities are an important source of their competitive advantage. We suggest that organisations can sustain these capabilities through appropriate considerations of resources at the technology-use level. This study suggests that an appropriate organisational design relating to decision rights and work environment, and a congruent reward system can create a dynamic IT-usage environment. This environment will be a vital source of knowledge that could help organisations to sustain their IT-related management capabilities. Analysis of data collected from a field survey demonstrates that this dynamic IT-usage environment, a result of the synergy between complementary factors, helps organisations to sustain their IT-related management capabilities. This study adds an important dimension to understanding why some organisations continue to perform better with their IT resources than others. For practice, this study suggests that organisations need to consider a comprehensive approach to what constitutes their valuable resources.
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